Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

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Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby millarsaint » Wed 19 Apr 2017 8:31pm

Anyone hear Mooney on SEN today not rate Seb Ross this week saying the only reason he got as many touches as he did was because Pendlebury was 'off for half the game'?

The guy is such a St Kilda hater and flog of the highest order. How he got the gig is beyond me. Dull, monotone, d**khead.

I can't turn it off quick enough when he's on. Today I was too slow.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby Sainternist » Wed 19 Apr 2017 8:40pm

millarsaint wrote:Anyone hear Mooney on SEN today not rate Seb Ross this week saying the only reason he got as many touches as he did was because Pendlebury was 'off for half the game'?

The guy is such a St Kilda hater and flog of the highest order. How he got the gig is beyond me. Dull, monotone, d**khead.

I can't turn it off quick enough when he's on. Today I was too slow.


I can't stand Mooney the looney either. Yet another former player who has an IQ of about the same as his shoe size turned media pundit. When are the media going to get over this trend of only hiring these types of numpty dumpties and start recruiting some articulate and insightful experts, who actually have something in between their ears?
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby st.byron » Wed 19 Apr 2017 8:44pm

Love the thread title. Descriptive. To the point. Made me laugh.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby Impatient Sainter » Wed 19 Apr 2017 8:50pm

I think generally there is an underlying contempt or lack of respect of the Saints from most of the footballing personnel. I was listening to Kane Cornes call of our game last weekend and he displayed nothing but disrespect for the Saints!
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby #gosaintas » Wed 19 Apr 2017 8:57pm

Seb is going to be a star. Such a slow burn.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby bigcarl » Wed 19 Apr 2017 9:01pm

#gosaintas wrote:Seb is going to be a star. Such a slow burn.


I agree, underestimated even by our own fans. Mooney has NFI.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby Joe Bloggs » Wed 19 Apr 2017 9:38pm

Just trying to get under sebs skin for the next game.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby longtimesaint » Wed 19 Apr 2017 9:44pm

Joe Bloggs wrote:Just trying to get under sebs skin for the next game.

It was probably because he beat Dangermouse last year.
Hopefully he can repeat the task again with a little help from his friends.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby shrodes » Thu 20 Apr 2017 10:47am

longtimesaint wrote:
Joe Bloggs wrote:Just trying to get under sebs skin for the next game.

It was probably because he beat Dangermouse last year.
Hopefully he can repeat the task again with a little help from his friends.


Destroyed him in fact. 10/10 for coaches vote.

Let's hope he gets the job done this week.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby dragit » Thu 20 Apr 2017 10:50am

I like it when the media underestimate our players…
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby longtimesaint » Thu 20 Apr 2017 10:56am

dragit wrote:I like it when the media underestimate our players…

It's even better when the opposing team does.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby White Winmar » Thu 20 Apr 2017 11:23am

Poor Cam. Should stick to betting and alcohol advertising. And putting things up his nose. Much better at those than media commentary. Saw him in action live at the Waltzing on a sporting panel with RoCo and KB. He was that high they had to throw the microphone up to him. Couldn't make sense of anything he said. It was unprofessional and embarrassing for all concerned. RoCo ended up cutting the whole thing short.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby shrodes » Thu 20 Apr 2017 1:13pm

Apparently he was matched up on Treloar anyway, shows what Mooney knows.

With 36 disposals, five clearances and seven inside 50 entries against Collingwod, Ross combined a clinically executed run-with role with his ability to roam free and win his own footy.

And it was hardly a one-off, with the talented 23-year-old now consolidating a breakout season in 2016 that was built on the back of his diligent work ethic and intense desire to improve.

Against a Magpies midfield rated the best in the league by Champion Data, Ross helped limit the influence of gun ball-winner Adam Treloar to stamp his name as one of the game’s best.

Given a role on Treloar from stoppages, before breaking free around the field, Champion Data noted that Ross held his counterpart to just seven disposals when directly matched against each other, winning 15 himself.


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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby BigMart » Thu 20 Apr 2017 1:25pm

Seb is not a game breaker, but is a solid midfielder.

Is one of our starting mids
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby Griggsy » Thu 20 Apr 2017 2:48pm

Mooney is a prime example that you only need to be in the boys club to get a gig in footy media, no talent required.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby saynta » Thu 20 Apr 2017 2:50pm

millarsaint wrote:Anyone hear Mooney on SEN today not rate Seb Ross this week saying the only reason he got as many touches as he did was because Pendlebury was 'off for half the game'?

The guy is such a St Kilda hater and flog of the highest order. How he got the gig is beyond me. Dull, monotone, d**khead.

I can't turn it off quick enough when he's on. Today I was too slow.



You sound surprised.

The guy is a f****** clown.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby saynta » Thu 20 Apr 2017 2:54pm

Impatient Sainter wrote:I think generally there is an underlying contempt or lack of respect of the Saints from most of the footballing personnel. I was listening to Kane Cornes call of our game last weekend and he displayed nothing but disrespect for the Saints!



I agree with you. It has been going on for years.The worst are those connected in some way to the drug cheats.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby spert » Thu 20 Apr 2017 3:44pm

Cam was lucky he played at a successful club, no other attributes of any merit.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby magnifisaint » Thu 20 Apr 2017 4:49pm

Wouldn't worry about these guys
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Cam Who ?

Postby the dome » Thu 20 Apr 2017 6:42pm

"Wouldn't worry about these guys"
Of coarse not, Cam is no doubt attached to his own footy world view but in his case the playing is over and he is left with his own commentary.
Saints will focus on what's needed on the weekend, that's about it I would assume.
Just keep going the way you're going Seb/ keep the good work rolling. :D
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby Foz » Thu 20 Apr 2017 11:17pm

Seb Ross lined up at every centre bounce v Collingwood. Next best Armo 13 of 20 centre clearances.
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby Waltzing St Kilda » Fri 21 Apr 2017 9:24am

We should start a thread on dumb footballers who for some reason are allowed to become dumb
football commentators. Matthew Lloyd for a start -- has the dude ever said anything incisive?
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby magnifisaint » Fri 21 Apr 2017 9:46am

Waltzing St Kilda wrote:We should start a thread on dumb footballers who for some reason are allowed to become dumb
football commentators. Matthew Lloyd for a start -- has the dude ever said anything incisive?

He takes the cake for the single digit IQ
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby stevie » Fri 21 Apr 2017 11:52am

Waltzing St Kilda wrote:We should start a thread on dumb footballers who for some reason are allowed to become dumb
football commentators. Matthew Lloyd for a start -- has the dude ever said anything incisive?


'I'm retiring from football' would be his smartest sentence
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Re: Cameron Mooney - a lowly meat head

Postby SaintPav » Fri 21 Apr 2017 12:46pm

Meat head
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